December 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

The Millen News holiday closings are announced

The Millen News will be closed for the Christmas holidays, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 22 and Dec. 23. All news items for the Dec. 28 edition should be submitted by noon Wednesday, Dec. 21 More...

School News

College/career fair hosted by JCHS

Ruth Hearn, guidance counselor at Jenkins County High School, and Annette Cobb, CVAE instructor and VOCA Club advisor, sponsored a College/Career Fair at the Jenkins County Agriculture Center recently. More...

Bands perform at ‘Christmas in Millen’

This is the second straight year, under the direction of Wade Eggleston, that the bands of the Jenkins County Middle School and Jenkins County High School have performed for the annual More...

JCHS teachers named to Who’s Who in American Teachers

Four teachers at Jenkins County High School have been named to Who More...

Editorials

The Chatter Box

As the year draws to an end and we prepare to celebrate Christmas, cannot help but imagine what that first Christmas so long ago must have been like and how those who first heard the Good News proclaimed must have felt. More...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor: I just wanted to say, More...

Jim Hite

As I write this, Joyce and I are enjoying our annual flurry of Christmas activity: decorating our home, planning visits to and from our respective families and singing in choirs the special songs of this wonderful and special season. More...

Obituaries

Mrs. Melba G. Carpenter, 86, of Millen dies Dec. 14

Mrs. Melba Girrard Carpenter, 86, of Millen died Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005. More...

Mr. Cleveland McMillan, 78, of Millen dies Dec. 17

Mr. Cleveland McMillan, 78, of Millen, died Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005. More...

Industrial development receives GREDC grant

The Georgia Rural Economic Development Center (GREDC) announced in November that the Jenkins County Industrial Development Authority has been awarded a grant for $37,500. More...

Williams is sentenced in death of Nick Foster

Tosha Williams of 331 Acorn Avenue received a sentence of 20 years, 12 to serve with eight probated, in connection with an Aug. 29, 2004 incident in which Nicholas Bershaun Foster was seriously injured. Foster died Sept. More...

Memorial tree honors loved ones

Each year the Jenkins County Chamber of Commerce sponsors a Memorial Tree lighting to kick-off the Christmas season in Millen and Jenkins County. More...

Other Jenkins News

Favorite Family photo

This photograph, submitted by Sue Davis, shows U. S. Hwy. 25 North in the area where McTeer Tire is now located during the record snowfall of February 1973. Submit your favorite family photo to: The Millen News, P. O. Box 909, Millen, Ga. More...

National Weather Service Jenkins is storm-ready

Officials from NOAA More...

Police Blotter

Millen Police The Millen Police Department reported the following incidents this week. More...

Church News

Church News

Fair Haven Fair Haven United Methodist Church, 1126 N. Herndon Road, will hold their annual candlelight communion service 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 24. The public is invited. More...

Datebook

Clothes Give-away There will be a More...

Farm & Home

Ag Line: Agricultural losses from tropical weather

The Christmas season is upon us! It is hard to believe that another year will soon be behind us. Even though it has been a year More...

Holiday depression is not uncommon

Family & Consumer Sciences Traditionally, the holiday season is associated with times of More...

Recipes

Recipe NotesMelodye

Merry Christmas! Time is getting short, and there is still so much to do in preparation for the big day. If you need some quick and easy last minute recipe ideas, try these. More...